The previous Arsenal striker affirms an exceptionally appraised forward requires more game time presently being rebuffed him at Emirates Stadium.
Eddie Nketiah has been encouraged to push for a loan transfer away from Arsenal that will permit him to "get kicked", with Kevin Campbell hoping for the 21-year-old to obtain more usual game time.
Mikel Arteta has discovered a spot for the England U21 international within his strategies at Emirates Stadium.
A starting position instead of Alexandre Lacazette was offered to Nketiah now and again last season, however, a baffling loan spell at Leeds cut it off.
The adolescent has, nonetheless, been confined to only 145 minutes of Premier League football in the current tournament, with elective alternatives being supported in the attacking positions.
Campbell accepts these choices should push Nketiah towards the ways out, with it essential for his continuous advancement that he gets serious excursions from the beginning – possibly not with the Gunners.
“Nketiah has a knack for goals but I think he needs to go out on loan for another season, playing back-to-back games to get that confidence in his own body,” former Arsenal forward Campbell told Football Insider.
“Coming off the bench and playing sparingly is okay but there is nothing better than getting a run of starts to understand that you can do it at the top level.
“You have got to go through the tough parts. You need to get kicked, feel the pain and the soreness. That is what he needs to do.”